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  • The Year Ahead Online Recruitment Conference
    challenges Interestingly 88 of job seekers used a mobile device to job search in the last year and yet we heard that only 2 of Fortune 500 companies are actually tailoring their job applications for mobile users This again highlights how much technology is changing the recruitment market and with Eric Schmidt forecasting that everyone in the world will be online by 2020 according to Alex Lowe this change is set to continue The messages shared by other speakers on gamification video interviewing and big data reminded us that the tools technology and information we need to take the guesswork out of recruitment is there if we choose to use it and if we don t then someone else will and we will get left behind Published by James Osborne February 3rd 2014 James Osborne James Osborne Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy Digital division 12 Feb 2016 Congratulations to Innergy client Blacks Vets All 5 branches of Blacks Vets have been ranked in the top 10 vet branches in the UK more 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It is very telling when we go into a company and you talk to the receptionist or the customer service advisor and you ask then what defines success for the organisation In our experience it would be roughly 8 out of10 who say that they don t know 08 Feb 2016 Risk Management Move Your Feet When I was playing tennis the other day I remembered the constant badgering from my tennis instructor when I was younger telling me to move my feet This was a great analogy for how to deal with the broad variety of risks faced by any company more Sales Training Designed for new and experienced sales professionals who want to significantly increase the effectiveness of their sales activities find out more Packaged Services We have developed a number of unique service packages based on what our clients have asked us to do for them in the past find out more Next Event Sales Excellence Masterclass London 20 Apr 2016 OUR CLIENTS Goodwood Innergy invested a lot of time getting to know the business and culture of Goodwood and the type of managers that would be on the programme a completely diverse mix I am delighted the feedback has been so positive Penta Consultancy Not only do they have a true insight into what we need in our industry but they combine this knowledge and expertise with creativity and innovation Greene King The feedback from the training was fantastic BDMs and licensees alike have been inspired and motivated into action by the course We

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  • Business Lessons from Super Bowl XLVIII
    was never given the chance to do so as the Seahawks had him covered from just about every angle suffocating his game and shrouding him in a blanket of blocks and tackles Lesson 3 You should have the utmost respect for your competitors as they must be doing something pretty good to be a competitor in the first place but you must know what their key selling points are USPs and do everything you can to blanket them by ensuring your selling points are stronger Never knock you competition as this demonstrates a weakness from your side but ensure that everyone in your business who has a responsibility for selling not only knows your business USPs but truly values them and can talk about them with complete passion and belief Don t lose your temperament in the big games The Seahawks mentality last night was that the Super Bowl was just another game and treated as such not letting the hype and ceremony get the better of them They played as they would any game in the league remained focus on their game plan and composed in front of the bright lights that come with each annual Super Bowl night Lesson 4 Time and time again businesses get sucked in by big name customers big brands We position ourselves from a subservient position form the outset deeming every big customer as someone we are desperate to do business with and as an entity that is far more important than we are Businesses and in particular salespeople must treat every customer the same whatever their size or brand Never forget the reason customers are in discussions with you to do business whether it is to buy one of your services or products means that they need you to enable their business to achieve their strategic goals We are not talking about arrogance here the Seahawks last night were respectfully confident in their approach not arrogant but as soon as we deem our business as less relevant than one of our customers less important in the buying cycle than our customers wants then we are immediately leaving the door open for customers to either drive you down in negotiations or at worst presume your lack of confidence in who you are renders your product or service as invaluable and therefore not worthy of consideration as a purchasing choice As with any great sporting event we can find lessons of leadership teamwork great strategies etc and certainly all these were in place for the Seattle team last night but to me the real key to last night came down to the unwavering passion and commitment from every Seahawks player on the field who were all clearly focused on getting their head down and winning a ball game Published by James Osborne February 3rd 2014 James Osborne James Osborne Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve

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  • Making Marketing Memorable
    written about any company they add no value for example Innergy were brilliant I d highly recommend them this is a vague testimonial and gives no further information to the audience We have been shortlisted in the HRD annual awards in the category Leadership Development as a direct result of our programme run in conjunction with Innergy This gives a clear indication of how Innergy helped a client backed up by facts rather than words Avoid Overcomplicating Your Point Your message has to be understood by anyone especially by those with no understanding of who you are and what you do Use simple language to make your message clear if people can understand what you do then they will be able to express a need for your service Create Separate Messages for Different Audiences This might be an obvious one but clearly target one audience what matters to a client doesn t matter to a candidate so create separate messages Don t try and use the same language for both audiences Following these simple guidelines will help you pull together the right message to make your marketing meaningful Published by James Osborne January 23rd 2014 James Osborne James Osborne Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy Digital division 12 Feb 2016 Congratulations to Innergy client Blacks Vets All 5 branches of Blacks Vets have been ranked in the top 10 vet branches in the UK more 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It is very telling when we go into a company and you talk to the receptionist or the customer service advisor and you ask then what defines success for the organisation In our experience it would be roughly 8 out of10 who say that they don t know 08 Feb 2016 Risk Management Move Your Feet When I was playing tennis the other day I remembered the constant badgering from my tennis instructor when I was younger telling me to move my feet This was a great analogy for how to deal with the broad variety of risks faced by any company more Sales Training Designed for new and experienced sales professionals who want to significantly increase the effectiveness of their sales activities find out more Packaged Services We have developed a number of unique service packages based on what our clients have asked us to do for them in the past find out more Next Event Sales Excellence Masterclass London 20 Apr 2016 OUR CLIENTS Goodwood Innergy invested a lot of time getting to know the business and culture of Goodwood and the type of managers that would be on the programme a completely diverse

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  • Attracting Talent to the Recruitment Industry
    don t get a bit more creative and set the tone for the type of candidate you want to attract as well as setting you apart from the competition Once you have attracted the candidates how do you determine if they have the right attitudes you are looking for Design your interview questions targeting particular attitudes for example to test for ability to admit mistakes rectify and learn from them ask Tell me about a time when you made a mistake with a client candidate or co worker and how you overcame the mistake Dedicate enough time in the interview to get answers to both types of questions that will allow you to determine skill set as well as attitude Investing the time to establish a robust hiring process and sticking to the desired attitudes will be invaluable with any new candidate you hire If you don t have the time to establish a hiring process outsource your hiring decisions to specialists Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy Digital division 12 Feb 2016 Congratulations to Innergy client Blacks Vets All 5 branches of Blacks Vets have been ranked in the top 10 vet branches in the UK more 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It is very telling when we go into a company and you talk to the receptionist or the customer service advisor and you ask then what defines success for the organisation In our experience it would be roughly 8 out of10 who say that they don t know 08 Feb 2016 Risk Management Move Your Feet When I was playing tennis the other day I remembered the constant badgering from my tennis instructor when I was younger telling me to move my feet This was a great analogy for how to deal with the broad variety of risks faced by any company more Sales Training Designed for new and experienced sales professionals who want to significantly increase the effectiveness of their sales activities find out more Packaged Services We have developed a number of unique service packages based on what our clients have asked us to do for them in the past find out more Next Event Sales Excellence Masterclass London 20 Apr 2016 OUR CLIENTS Goodwood Innergy invested a lot of time getting to know the business and culture of Goodwood and the type of managers that would be on the programme a completely diverse mix I am delighted the feedback has been so positive Penta Consultancy Not only do they have a true insight into what we need in our industry but they combine this knowledge and expertise with creativity and

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  • Training – Cost or Investment?
    within the business e g Did the employee put their learning into practice when in their role Was the change in behaviour for their role sustained Example evaluation methods Observation interview assessments test over time to assess the change Relevance and workability Assessments can be designed around relevant performance scenarios and specific key performance indicators Level 4 Results The effect of the improved performance of the employee on the business e g Did the number of customer complaints decrease Example evaluation methods You may find that these measures are in place already from existing management reporting these need to be looked at to see how they relate to the employee s impact Relevance and workability Across an entire business it can become challenging to report directly on the exact improvement to the business from the improved performance Utilising department goals and objectives as part of the reporting structure and aligning training and development with business objectives will give meaning to the improved performance For example if your business suffers from high customer drop out you send your retention team on a customer experience training course Individual performance improvement can be measured from their customer drop out rates and business improvement can be measured on overall reduction in customer drop out resulting in retaining customers and therefore an increase in profit The key part of measuring ROI is linking training and development with business objectives and thinking prior to the training how this can be measured consistently across the individuals and the business as a whole What difference will it make tangibly What difference has it made tangibly If we can t answer these questions we should ask ourselves why we did it Published by James Osborne January 13th 2014 James Osborne James Osborne Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy Digital division 12 Feb 2016 Congratulations to Innergy client Blacks Vets All 5 branches of Blacks Vets have been ranked in the top 10 vet branches in the UK more 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It is very telling when we go into a company and you talk to the receptionist or the customer service advisor and you ask then what defines success for the organisation In our experience it would be roughly 8 out of10 who say that they don t know 08 Feb 2016 Risk Management Move Your Feet When I was playing tennis the other day I remembered the constant badgering from my tennis instructor when I was younger telling me to move my feet This was a great analogy for how to deal with the broad variety of risks faced by any company

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  • Giving Organisations a Competitive Edge
    so it does not impact your business 13 Jun 2012 Innergy s Monthly Rapid Review What is the biggest block when it comes to effective planning and implementation in your business Each month Innergy research an area of business that is pertinent to our customer database carrying out a brief survey and providing some practical ideas that can be immediately implemented to help individuals teams and organisations 07 Jun 2012 Lessons to be learned from elite athletes With an exciting summer of sport ahead of us what parallels can we as business leaders learn from elite athletes 30 May 2012 Managers Lack the Necessary Leadership and Management Skills The latest Charted Institute of Personnel and Development CIPD Employee Outlook survey suggested that there is a reality gap between how good managers think they are in their roles and how effective they actually are 10 May 2012 Innergy s Monthly Rapid Review What is the main criteria your customers use when deciding which supplier to buy from Each month Innergy research an area of business that is pertinent to our customer database carrying out a brief survey and providing some practical ideas that 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It is very telling when we go into a company and you talk to the receptionist or the customer service advisor and you ask then what defines success for the organisation In our experience it would be roughly 8 out of10 who say that they don t know 08 Feb 2016 Risk Management Move Your Feet When I was playing tennis the other day I remembered the constant badgering from my tennis instructor when I was younger telling me to move my feet This was a great analogy for how to deal with the broad variety of risks faced by any company more Sales Training Designed for new and experienced sales professionals who want to significantly increase the effectiveness of their sales activities find out more Packaged Services We have developed a number of unique service packages based on what our clients have asked us to do for them in the past find out more Next Event Sales Leadership Excellence Programme London 21 Sep 2016 OUR CLIENTS Goodwood Innergy invested a lot of time getting to know the business and culture of Goodwood and the type of managers that would be on the programme a completely diverse mix I am delighted the feedback has been so positive Penta Consultancy Not only do they have a true insight into what we need in our industry but they combine this knowledge and expertise with creativity and innovation Greene King The feedback from the training was fantastic BDMs and licensees alike have been inspired and motivated into action by the course We are now in the process of rolling this programme out across our estate to ensure all our licensees have the opportunity to attend and take away positive ideas that

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  • Finding Profitable Customers
    them something I have talked about in previous posts to make an immediate difference to the branches bottom line Next we set up clearly defined criteria to qualify what profitable customers actually looked like so that all new business consultants in each branch would sell to that criteria when targeting new customers Every recruitment agency is different and you will have different criteria that you deem as valuable to your business but if you identify seven key criteria such as brand association margins opportunity for growth ease to work with and so on and give each new customer a mark out of five for each of those criteria you soon start getting a real sense of which customers need qualifying out unless you can negotiate with them Customers that rate a total of 20 or less you should fire Those who score between 21 and 25 you should have a one up sign off process before a consultant is allowed to work with them to justify why we want them as a customer The customers that you can mark between 26 and 35 are the ones that you want and the ones that your new business consultants should be targeting Understanding profitability is just one small step in the journey to maximising the true return on your sales and delivery effort but one that can have a very significant and very immediate impact Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy Digital division 12 Feb 2016 Congratulations to Innergy client Blacks Vets All 5 branches of Blacks Vets have been ranked in the top 10 vet branches in the UK more 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It is very telling when we go into a company and you talk to the receptionist or the customer service advisor and you ask then what defines success for the organisation In our experience it would be roughly 8 out of10 who say that they don t know 08 Feb 2016 Risk Management Move Your Feet When I was playing tennis the other day I remembered the constant badgering from my tennis instructor when I was younger telling me to move my feet This was a great analogy for how to deal with the broad variety of risks faced by any company more Sales Training Designed for new and experienced sales professionals who want to significantly increase the effectiveness of their sales activities find out more Packaged Services We have developed a number of unique service packages based on what our clients have asked us to do for them in the past find out more Next Event Sales Excellence Masterclass London 20

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  • Managing your Top Performers
    by that employee It is important that your employee feels that the actions have been punished to stop them occurring again In this case will Webber feel comfortable going into the next race if all Vettel got was a stern telling off Will we see Vettel being handed a race ban as punishment Action like this would send out a clear message to Webber the rest of the team plus other drivers who may consider a move to Red Bull that unacceptable behaviour does not go unpunished no matter who you may be and your role within the team Horner will still have to take the time to have that one to one discussion with Webber to clear the air and ensure that Webber feels comfortable with his role and the team Explain to your employee why that specific punishment has been handed out and what measures have been put in place to ensure this doesn t happen again Your employee needs to understand this applies to all the last thing you want is for them to retaliate in the same way Once the issue has been dealt with it is important to check in with those involved to see how they feel following the event but also enforce that once the punishment and apologies have been issued it has to be put to bed to allow the team to move on and achieve success Comments Thank you for your comment It has been submitted for moderation and will appear here as soon as we have been able to approve it Your Name Your Email Title Text BLOG TWITTER NEWS 16 Feb 2016 We re Recruiting Digital Marketing Executive As part of our expansion plans in 2016 Innergy are looking for a Digital Marketing Executive to head up the Innergy Digital division 12 Feb 2016 Congratulations to Innergy client Blacks Vets All 5 branches of Blacks Vets have been ranked in the top 10 vet branches in the UK more 16 Feb 2016 Does every employee understand what defines success It is very telling when we go into a company and you talk to the receptionist or the customer service advisor and you ask then what defines success for the organisation In our experience it would be roughly 8 out of10 who say that they don t know 08 Feb 2016 Risk Management Move Your Feet When I was playing tennis the other day I remembered the constant badgering from my tennis instructor when I was younger telling me to move my feet This was a great analogy for how to deal with the broad variety of risks faced by any company more Sales Training Designed for new and experienced sales professionals who want to significantly increase the effectiveness of their sales activities find out more Packaged Services We have developed a number of unique service packages based on what our clients have asked us to do for them in the past find out more Next Event Sales Excellence Masterclass

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